Spending the passing years of your life running in circles will leave you older with absolutely nothing to show for it. If I’ve learned anything in these past three years, is that my time is both precious and valuable. I can no longer afford the luxury of wasting it or allowing someone else to and frankly, you shouldn’t either.
People come into your life at different times for many different reasons. Experience will teach you with time, how to properly identify their purpose and how to classify them. Over the years I’ve learned to actively examine those who surround me and release them kindly when our season to be apart of each other’s lives is up.
So consider your current atmosphere. The places where you spend time to the people who you spend time with. Is there anything left to give or receive? Is the position meant to be a lasting one? Examine these things for yourself and see if you may be wasting time.
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Often times in blogging you suppress the urge to vent in hopes of maintaining a positive persona. But this Sunday was no fun day for me. I was so excited when my fairly expensive laptop started working again but then it suddenly clunked out, and all after a positive Facebook post. I angrily went back to delete it. As I sat there upset I just began to think about how hope sometimes lets you down. And it's not the sporadic hope that I'm referring to but more so when you hope for five or six things consecutively and they all fall through, you kinda just want to hit pause on life while you run in your closet and cry. I won't disclose whether or not I did that LOL. I guess in these moments, you just cry. Let out the frustration, just don't get stuck. You can't get a strike every time so just seize the moment when you do.